What you need to know about the Mi Tracker 2.0

Mi Tracker, the new smart home device that will let you track your home and make home-based thermostats, is here.

The tracker will be available for pre-order for $99.99 at Mi’s website starting tomorrow.

The Mi Tracker was unveiled on Monday, but is only available in the United States and Canada, which is a major win for the company.

As of Tuesday morning, Mi Tracker had already surpassed 1 million pre-orders.

It’s currently available in more than 100 countries and territories.

For a full rundown on the MiTracker 2.5, check out our Mi Tracker review.

MiTracker 2, like most Mi devices, will come with a Mi Home app, which you’ll need to add to your home network to track your devices.

The app will also have a built-in sensor, which will be able to detect when you open your Mi Home, turn the lights on, and turn off the lights.

You’ll also be able connect to your Mi Tracker from a variety of devices, including the Mi Band, MiPad, and Mi Cloud.

Mi Tracker can be used with either Mi Band or MiPad.

Mi Tracker will work with Mi Band devices that support Bluetooth 4.0, which means it can communicate with other Mi devices as well.

The most exciting part about the device, however, is its Mi Cloud feature.

Mi Cloud is a cloud-based storage service that lets you store your Mi devices in a cloud, which could be useful if you have lots of Mi devices.

MiCloud will sync your Mi apps and data to the cloud every time you launch the Mi Home.

Mi cloud is also compatible with any Mi device that supports cloud storage.